Mitsubishi Is Back With OLED

Geny Caloisi

Last year at #ISEUROPE Mitsubishi Electric showed for the first time a large wall display made out of small Organic LED (OLED) tiles. This year the company is back with its new Diamond Vision OLED and it is inviting visitors to its stand to explore new possibilities and to change the way they think about display technologies in their daily surroundings.

Same as last year or better?

The Diamond Vision OLED is a completely new type of screen that is up to three times brighter than LCD, double the contrast, and up to 60 per cent slimmer than an equivalent LED display. It also a fully scalable technology that enables indoor screens of virtually any size or shape to be created, transforming entire areas into display surfaces capable of showing daylight-visible, high quality video content in full colour.

Also at ISE 2011 is a range of optical touch-screen options designed to transform Mitsubishi Electric’s professional displays into highly durable touch-screen interfaces ideal for retail, education or digital signage use. Mitsubishi’s Multi-touch system enables its DLP cube display walls to be transformed into a multi-user, multi-touch interactive environment of unlimited size and with any number of simultaneous users.

The company will also be showcasing its 8000 series – a range of high-end projectors for rental or installation use, featuring unique image enhancement algorithms, built-in edge-blending and colour matching for superb results.

The DailyDOOH team will be paying the Mitsubishi stand a visit during ISE and have already setup interviews with key execs to take a closer look.

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